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Acoustic Panel Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides useful search tools to find leading acoustic panel companies and suppliers. Find acoustic panel companies that can design and engineer acoustic panels to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top acoustic panel companies with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the acoustic panel companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of acoustic wall panels, soundproof panels, and acoustic sound panels of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

Leading Companies:

  • Bloomington, MN 800-638-9355

    Netwell specializes in soundproofing solutions by means of sound barriers and sound absorbers. We have an extensive product line of acoustic panels and over 60 other soundproofing materials in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes tailored to address your specific soundproofing needs. Check us out.

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  • Colleyville, TX 817-551-6050

    Acoustical Control will do everything from design to final inspection. We custom make noise control systems for each project. We have been extremely successful in the area of noise control on oil and gas compressors. We can help you with your soundproofing needs. Contact us today.

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  • Princeton, IL 815-261-0072

    Empire Acoustical Systems focuses on custom engineering, fabrication & installation of acoustical enclosures, noise barriers and sound absorptive wall mountings. Our noise control panels are fabricated from galvanized steel or similar metals, and are both absorptive and reflective. Thanks for your interest in Empire Acoustical Systems and please take a tour of our website for further information.

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  • St. Louis, MO 800-737-0307

    G&S Acoustics manufactures noise control products such as acoustical ceilings, acoustical wall panels, wall and ceiling sound diffusers and ceiling reflectors. We provide a variety of finishes to match different applications. Contact us so we can control your sound beautifully!

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  • Rochester Hills, MI 248-289-1123

    Our staff consists of licensed professional engineers, acousticians and installers, who can solve virtually any noise problem. We provide total solutions, from the initial technical analysis, specification through purchase of materials, complete installation, and final verification of the results. There is no need to call consultants, order acoustic materials and hire contractors… we do it all! We will work in any commercial, industrial, or residential environment, anywhere in the world.

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Acoustic Panels Industry Information

Acoustic Panels

Acoustic panels are squares or sheets of sound-absorbent materials that are placed on walls to eliminate or reduce unwanted noise. Common applications for the installation of acoustic panels are in any sort of room with a high ceiling or large open space, like churches, theatres, lecture halls, gyms, pools or restaurants etc.

Acoustic panels are used anywhere unwanted noise needs to be eliminated and echoes and reverberations cut back, such as a recording studio or music room in which the quality of sound is important. The panels which range according to custom requirements are fabricated from soundproofing materials in order to reduce echoes, buffer sound and deaden sound waves. Panels are designed to absorb the sound waves before they can reverberate as noise pollution back in the direction from which they came. Compared to a wall, or other hard surfaces, acoustic panels are far more absorbent of sound waves. Noisy environments like busy coffee shops and offices also often use acoustic panels in order to make the decibel range in the room far more tolerable for the persons within the space. If no sound was being absorbed, the sound waves would be bouncing and reflecting around the room, making it unpleasantly loud. Another common use of acoustic panels is in industrial plants like water treatment facilities or factories use them in areas where machinery is loud and needs to be quieted because of worker hearing and safety. 

Construction of acoustic panels consists of three main parts—the frame, the sound absorbent internal material and the outer covering. The frame is usually square or rectangle and made of wood. The interior is composed of a material that is specifically designed to absorb sound vibrations and waves, such as rock fiber wool. Porous surfaces, on the other hand, are partially penetrated by sound waves, which get trapped and are therefore absorbed into the material. Many acoustic panels are then covered in fabric for aesthetic purposes. Coverings of acoustic panels can be customized for a room’s interior decorative purposes. Venues such as churches, restaurants and coffee shops still require aesthetic cohesiveness and panels are designed to blend in with, or complement, the existing décor. The panels can vary in size and in number of panels applied in a certain space. Common thicknesses are 2” and 4”, and this can be chosen depending on the scale of the space and the required amount of noise reduction. Panels are often fitted with a backing from a material such as wood or a light polymer for easy wall hanging, often screws are the only hardware requirement. and they can be used in conjunction with other sound proofing elements such as curtains, flooring and ceilings.

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